12895 Uvas Rd.
Ranger Station: (408) 778-1143
Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Surrounded by the rolling hills of the Santa Cruz Mountains in the southern end of the Silicon Valley (Santa Clara County), this 66- acre preserve is the perfect home base for touring many of the popular attractions and destinations of California’s central coast. More than 20 wineries and vineyards inhabit the local area, and there is a train depot just six miles from the preserve. Uvas Creek flows through the campground, offering scenic views. If you enjoy swimming, our Olympic-size pool is perfect on a sunny California day. The miniature golf course is another favorite activity at the preserve.
Campsites: 298 power and water only, overflow sites.
Rentals: 13 Vacation trailers, 3 Getaway cabins, 2 TT cabins.
Adult lodge, pool tables, family lodge, ballfield, computer area, dining room, heated swimming pool (seasonal), hiking trail, horseshoe pits, junior camper club, laundry facilities, two children’s playgrounds, mini-golf, RV storage, shuffleboard, snack bar, sport courts, trading post, bathhouses, tennis, basketball, pavilion for outdoor entertainment, 2 dump stations, Wi-Fi access.
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GPS Coordinates: N 37° 3' 39.24" W 121° 39' 54.06"; elevation is 360 feet.
From San Jose: From southbound I-101, proceed to Morgan Hill. Exit to the right on Tennant Avenue. Proceed one mile to Monterey Road, where you turn left. Stay on Monterrey for a half mile and turn right on Watsonville Road. Proceed 3.7 miles to Uvas Road, where you turn right. Proceed 2/10 of a mile to the TT entrance and turn left.
From Watsonville: Leave Watsonville and travel 13 miles on 152 (also known as Hecker Pass Road). Turn left onto County G8 (also known as Watsonville Road) and proceed 3.4 miles to Uvas Road and turn left. Proceed .2 mile to the TT entrance and turn left.
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